The Edenic root of leech combines two sub-roots, LaK (moisture) and KHaiKH (palate), with the mem prefix (from, by). The letters of these two words are used to build the Hebrew word LaKaKH; to lick. The English word lick is also a double guttural and was surely created from the Edenic combination of moisture and palate. Newborns lick their mother’s teat to stimulate lactation flow (*GO!). Mammalian mothers lick their infants periodically to stimulate nursing. Licking also stimulates healing of open wounds. Milk sounds like it should originate from this word but linguists disagree.